Posts Tagged ‘interview’

Forget Me is an indie-lovers dream. Vocals soar majestically over a simple yet effective acoustic guitar that doesn’t wain as the strong kick-bass from the drums drives the song into its final moments. A far more atmospheric single from the Canadian rockers Born Ruffians, whose usual brand of punk-eqsue indie has...

Aurelien Buttin’s photographic endeavours will make you wonder if there’s anywhere he hasn’t travelled – and rightly so. With a talent for capturing both stunning and poignant moments, the French photographer has taken this skill across forty different countries, with some beautiful results. We had a chat with him about...

Fan Girl is a quickly emerging collective of talented young musicians that have been taking the music scene by storm with their kamikaze blend of sensual and erratic sounds. We had the time to chat with them about the inner workings of the band and the industry as a whole, here is what they had to say. What does Fan...

“We do that at every gig. It’s been part of our show for years now because its important man.” Said Frank Carter as we spoke about the 2016 Australian tour where Frank made headlines with talking onstage about Gender Equality and calling for an all-female stage dive. At a time where more and more A-listers are finally...

If there were ever to be a book that encapsulates the raw essence of people’s stories and their sanctification to the surf culture, this would be it. Ice Cream Headaches is a celebration of the diversity, creativity and humour of East Coast Surfing. It features forty different stories from surfers, shapers,...

In the sunshine city, it was time to catch up with Jeremy Neale to discuss his new solo debut album. Sitting in the warmth of the valleys premier brunch cafe the Pony Cat it immediately became apparent at how much love Neale puts into the art of creating music. The passion that Neale has put into his solo effort is...

The Neverland Boys from groms documenting their youth in one of the most beautiful places in Australia, to serious videographers and bloggers travelling the world and capturing the raw essence of a life that is the epitome of living. I caught up with Zac whilst back in Perth and had the absolute pleasure of hearing a...

Yamba-based indie-electronic group Nocturnal Tapes have been rather busy of late. With the release of their debut EP ‘Visions IV’ which came out late August. Throughout September the duo stopped in each capital city supporting none other than synth magician Luke Million. Since the touring has died down we took the...

Emanuel Satie landed in Australia last weekend for a bunch of shows. This week sees the Berlin producer take over Adelaide and Melbourne for the weekend. With a bit of time to spare, we caught up with Emanuel to talk remixes, his European summer and where to party when in Berlin. If you haven’t had the chance to catch...

I Gede Eka Wira Dharma, more commonly (and conveniently) known as Ayok, is one of Canggu’s finest longboarders. His easy, confident style and sure-footed finesse is absolutely mesmerizing to watch as he dances along the waves of Batu Balong Beach. Growing up in the small village of Canggu, he’s seen the rise of...